PAT PILCHER reviews a sophisticated wireless loudspeaker designed for those who demand better sonics from their digital music collection.
The last few years have seen a seismic shift in listening habits, and it’s all due to wireless speakers and streaming services. GARY STEEL declares his admiration for the non-audiophile option.
Finally… a desktop speaker with awesome sound and all for small change. Well, apart from a few crucial flaws, writes GARY STEEL.
B&O’s latest foray into the competitive portable Bluetooth speaker market has enough points of difference to make it special, writes PAT PILCHER.
Ten years after he first heard Jason Parmenter’s Fat Boy loudspeakers, Ash Kramer is still keen on hearing them again, particularly in the new two-way active configuration.
ANDREW BAKER is so taken by Q Acoustics’ incredibly nicely priced entry level speakers that he nearly starts dancing around his living room like a maniac, forgoing all trace of modesty. Nearly.
This diminutive wireless speaker system promises an “infinite sweet spot”, but Steel is less impressed with the sound than he is its looks and set up simplicity.
Goldmund releases a new range of powered, wi-fi capable lifestyle speakers – the Metis and Logos Towers.